The Book Lovers' Anthology
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The Book Lovers' Anthology

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  • THE BOOK-LOVERS' ANTHOLOGY
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
    • GRACE BEFORE BOOKS
    • THE DELIGHTFUL SOCIETY OF BOOKS
    • THE CONTENTMENT I HAVE IN MY BOOKS
    • HE THAT LOVETH A BOOK WILL NEVER WANT
    • THE COMPANY OF MUTES
    • A CONSOLATION FOR THE DEAF
    • SWEET UNREPROACHING COMPANIONS
    • MY DAYS AMONG THE DEAD ARE PASSED
    • A HEAVENLY DELIGHT
    • THE BEST OF ALL POSSIBLE COMPANY
    • THE FELLOWSHIP OF BOOKS
    • A COMPANY OF THE WISEST AND THE WITTIEST
    • A MAGNATE IN THE REALM OF BOOKS
    • MY BOOKS
    • TO MY BOOKS
    • ON PARTING WITH MY BOOKS
    • TO MY BOOKS ON PARTING WITH THEM
    • TRUE FRIENDS THAT CHEER
    • MY BOOKS
    • TO SIR HENRY GOODYER
    • OUR BEST ACQUAINTANCE
    • THE TRUE ELYSIAN FIELDS
    • BOOKS AND FRIENDS
    • THE DESIRABLE TABERNACLE
    • MAN'S PREROGATIVE
    • TO HIS BOOKS
    • THE LEGACIES OF GENIUS
    • IN PRISON
    • THE DEPOSITARY OF EVERYTHING HONOURABLE
    • LOVE THAT IS LARGE
    • A CATHOLIC TASTE IN BOOKS
    • A SENSE OF HUMOUR
    • BOOKS THE TRUE LEVELLERS
    • AUTHORS AS LOVERS OF BOOKS
    • THE THEORY OF BOOKS
    • BOOKS A SUBSTANTIAL WORLD
    • TO WORDSWORTH
    • THE SOULS OF BOOKS
    • USEFUL AND MIGHTY THINGS
    • AN EXTRAORDINARY DELIGHT TO STUDY
    • SWEET AND HAPPY HOURS
    • THE PROUDER PLEASURES OF THE MIND
    • A TASTE TO BE PRAYED FOR
    • MORE THAN MEAT, DRINK, AND CLOTHING
    • THE BOOK THE HIGHEST DELIGHT
    • THE PLEASURE DERIVED FROM BOOKS
    • OUR DEBT TO A BOOK
    • RICH FARE
    • POWER AND GLADNESS
    • THE COMMODITY REAPED OF BOOKS
    • BOOKS IS NURSE TO TRUTH
    • FOR WISDOM, PIETY, DELIGHT, OR USE
    • OF THE ENTERTAINMENT OF BOOKS
    • INSTRUCTION OR AMUSEMENT
    • EXERCISE FOR THE MIND
    • WHY BOOKS WERE INVENTED
    • WHY BOOKS ARE READ
    • THE INFLUENCE OF BOOKS
    • REMUNERATIVE READING
    • THE MOOD FOR BOOKS
    • PERMANENCE FOR THOUGHT
    • THE MIRACULOUS ART OF WRITING
    • BOOKS AS MEMORIALS
    • FASHION IN BOOKS
    • COATS FOR MACKEREL
    • TO HIS BOOK
    • IMMORTALITY IN BOOKS
    • ENDURING MONUMENTS
    • THE STRANGE QUALITY OF BOOKS
    • BOOKS ARE NOT DEAD THINGS
    • SHAKESPEARE IN HEAVEN
    • THE LIBRARIES OF HEAVEN
    • THE ONLY THINGS THAT LAST FOR EVER
    • THE AUTHORS' METAMORPHOSIS
    • O BLESSED LETTERS
    • A LASTING LINK OF AGES
    • THE VIRTUE OF A TRUE BOOK
    • ACTION AND REACTION
    • THE ULTIMATE TEST OF BOOKS
    • BOOKS OF THE HOUR AND OF ALL TIME
    • WHO WILL BELIEVE MY VERSE
    • IMMORTALITY IN SONG
    • ONE DAY I WROTE HER NAME
    • WELL I REMEMBER HOW YOU SMILED
    • THE MULTIPLICITY OF BOOKS
    • SUPERFLUOUS BOOKS
    • MULTIPLICATION IS VEXATION
    • THE MULTIPLICATION OF ORIGINALS
    • THE AUTHORS' ADVANTAGE
    • AN IGNORANT AGE HATH MANY BOOKS
    • THE DIFFUSION OF BOOKS AND ITS EFFECT ON CULTURE
    • THE DISTRACTION OF CHOICE
    • A LIBRARY OF ONE
    • A LIBRARY OF TWELVE
    • ANCIENT AND MODERN BOOKS
    • THE BATTLE OF THE BOOKS
    • OLD AUTHORS TO READ
    • CLASSICUS
    • THE DEAD ALONE CANONIZED
    • THE CLASSICS
    • THE MOONS OF LITERATURE
    • THE READING OF NEW BOOKS
    • THE CLASSICS ALWAYS MODERN
    • ON READING OLD BOOKS
    • ON READING NEW BOOKS
    • A PREFERENCE FOR GREAT MODELS
    • THE VALUE OF MODERN BOOKS
    • A SORT OF THIRD ESTATE
    • OLD AND NEW BOOKS
    • SECURITY IN OLD BOOKS
    • TO MY BOOK
    • HIS PRAYER FOR ABSOLUTION
    • BOOKS THAT DO HURT
    • BOOKS AND THIEVES
    • MOUNTEBANK AUTHORS
    • PRINTERS GAIN BY BAD BOOKS
    • THE EVIL THAT MEN DO
    • BOOKS BAD AND GOOD
    • ON CERTAIN BOOKS
    • 'TO THE PURE ALL THINGS ARE PURE'
    • LIBERTY AND BAD BOOKS
    • BAD BOOKS AND DEBAUCHED MINDS
    • VIRGINIBUS PUERISQUE
    • A WHIMSICAL SURPRISE
    • ROMANCES ARE PERNICIOUS
    • WHETHER 'TIS LAWFUL TO READ ROMANCES
    • THE DANGER OF POETS AND ROMANCES
    • A DAUGHTER'S FAVOURITE NOVELS
    • 'ONLY A NOVEL'
    • NOVELS AS ENGINES OF CIVILIZATION
    • A NOVEL OF HIGH LIFE
    • NOVELS ARE SWEETS
    • EVERY MAN HIS DUE
    • PLAGIARIE
    • TRANSPLANTATION
    • BOOK-MAKERS AND PLAGIARISTS
    • A LEARNED PLAGIARY
    • HIDDEN TREASURE
    • LITERARY COOKERY
    • THE MANUFACTORY OF BOOKS
    • HOW VOLUMES SWELL
    • RECIPE FOR AN ANTHOLOGY
    • TO LEIGH HUNT, ON AN OMISSION IN HIS 'FEAST OF THE POETS'
    • OUR MASTER, MELEAGER
    • THAT INVENTION OF THE ENEMY—AN ABRIDGEMENT
    • ORIGINAL EDITIONS
    • DEDICATIONS
    • PRESENTATION COPIES
    • POETS AND THEIR BIBLIOGRAPHIES
    • MEN IN THEIR NIGHTGOWNS
    • BIOGRAPHY
    • BIOGRAPHY PREFERRED TO HISTORY
    • ON READING TRANSLATIONS
    • ON FIRST LOOKING INTO CHAPMAN'S HOMER
    • TRANSLATIONS FROM THE CLASSICS
    • TO MY WORTHY AND HONOURED FRIEND MASTER GEORGE CHAPMAN
    • WHEN TRANSLATIONS ARE TO BE PREFERRED
    • 'THAT SILLY VANITY OF IMPERTINENT CITATIONS'
    • QUOTATION
    • MERIT IN QUOTATION
    • WHAT SHAKESPEARE HATH LEFT US
    • ON THE PORTRAIT OF SHAKESPEARE
    • SHAKESPEARE'S LIVELONG MONUMENT
    • UNDER MR. MILTON'S PICTURE BEFORE HIS 'PARADISE LOST'
    • UPON MY BROTHER'S BOOK CALLED 'THE GROUNDS, LABOUR AND REWARD OF FAITH'
    • UPON THE BOOK AND PICTURE OF THE SERAPHICAL SAINT TERESA
    • THE SEAT OF AUTHORITY
    • BOOKS PREFERRED TO PREACHERS
    • BOOKS OF MORALITY
    • THE SECRET INFLUENCE OF BOOKS
    • DEAD COUNSELLORS ARE SAFEST
    • THE REAL WORKING EFFECTIVE CHURCH
    • BOOKS AS SIGN-POSTS
    • THE NEED OF A GUIDE TO BOOKS
    • THE TRUE UNIVERSITY OF THESE DAYS
    • OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE: TWO EPIGRAMS
    • THE ANSWER
    • AGAINST WRITERS THAT CARP AT OTHER MEN'S BOOKS
    • A CRITIC
    • STYLE v. SENSE
    • WHERE FOOLS RUSH IN
    • LITERARY HYPOCRISY
    • IN THE SEAT OF THE SCORNER
    • THE FINAL VERDICT UPON BOOKS
    • THE CRITICS' INFLUENCE ON THE PUBLIC
    • TASTE IN LITERATURE AND ART
    • THE FILIAL PIETY OF BOOKS
    • THE MOTE AND THE BEAM
    • CENSORSHIP
    • THE IMPRIMATUR
    • A GREAT BOOK IS A GREAT EVIL
    • A LITTLE BOOK THE MOST EXCELLENT
    • BOOKS WITH ONE IDEA IN THEM
    • BOOKS OF ONE THOUGHT
    • INDUCTIVE CRITICISM
    • READING BETWEEN LINES
    • PURPLE PATCHES
    • THE ROYAL ROAD
    • READERS AND WRITERS
    • STUDIES
    • HOW TO SPEND OUR DAYS
    • THE CHOICE OF BOOKS
    • CHEWING THE CUD
    • THE SUFFICIENCY OF HOMER
    • HOMER AND VIRGIL
    • READ WITHOUT PREJUDICE
    • READING ACCORDING TO INCLINATION
    • READ FEW BOOKS WELL
    • BOOKS AS FRUITFUL TREES
    • READING SEVERAL BOOKS AT A TIME
    • WHEN AND WHERE TO READ
    • SMALL AUTHORS DANGEROUS
    • BOOKS THAT PROVOKE THOUGHT
    • RULES FOR READING
    • A DIET OF BOOKS
    • A COURSE OF READING
    • OF READING
    • POETS AS COMMENTATORS
    • THE METHOD OF READING PROFANE HISTORY
    • EPITOMES
    • ABSTRACTS OF BOOKS
    • BESCRIBBLING WITH NOTES
    • BOOKS TO BE MARKED
    • UNDERSCORING
    • THE PARSON'S ACCESSORY KNOWLEDGE
    • COMMONPLACE BOOKS
    • A NEW METHOD OF A COMMONPLACE BOOK
    • MARGINAL NOTES AND COMMONPLACE BOOKS
    • THE BEE AND THE BUTTERFLY
    • SKIPPING WIT
    • CHANCE READINGS
    • RIDING POST
    • APPETITE AND SATIETY
    • THE HABIT OF CASUAL READING
    • JOHNSON'S CURSORY READING
    • DESULTORY READING
    • THE GREATEST CLERKS BE NOT ALWAYS THE WISEST MEN
    • A BOOKISH AMBITION
    • FULL LIBRARIES AND EMPTY HEADS
    • TO THE GOOD OR BAD READER
    • A PRETENDER TO LEARNING
    • SUPERFICIAL READERS
    • THE READING COXCOMB
    • READING TO KILL TIME
    • TALKING FROM BOOKS
    • A SHORT CUT TO FAME
    • TITLE-READERS
    • THE BURNING OF DON QUIXOTE'S BOOKS
    • BRAINS SQUASHED BY BOOKS
    • FOLLY GENERATED BY BOOKS
    • SURCLOYING THE STOMACH
    • OVER-READING
    • DEEP-VERSED IN BOOKS AND SHALLOW IN HIMSELF
    • SWALLOWING THE HUSKS
    • READING AND ILLITERACY
    • READING AS INTELLECTUAL INDOLENCE
    • BOOKS AND MEN
    • BOOKS AND LIFE
    • THE MIGHTY DEAD
    • THE MESSAGE OF BOOKS
    • OVERRATING THE VIRTUE OF BOOKS
    • BOOKS AN ENEMY TO HEALTH
    • WHAT PROFITS IT
    • BOOKS AND EYESIGHT
    • WHEN TO READ
    • BOOKS INSTEAD OF STIMULANTS
    • THE PHARMACY OF BOOKS
    • A LITERATURA HILARIS
    • THE BLESSED CHLOROFORM OF THE MIND
    • LOUNGING BOOKS
    • TO DRIVE THE NIGHT AWAY
    • READING IN BED
    • READING AND MEAL TIMES
    • THE DOG AND THE BONE
    • PROOF OF GOOD MATTER
    • WRITING AT MEAL TIMES
    • OUT-OF-DOORS READING
    • O FOR A BOOKE
    • FAREWELL TO BOOKS IN SPRINGTIME
    • THE TABLES TURNED
    • LEARNING
    • PICTURE BOOKS IN WINTER
    • THE HORN-BOOK
    • OLD STORY BOOKS
    • THE FIRST AUTHORS FOR YOUTH
    • BOOKS AND THE WORLD
    • ADVICE TO MOTHERS
    • GETTING A BOY FORWARD
    • AT LARGE IN THE LIBRARY
    • THE BEST BOOKS THE COMMONEST
    • MONTAIGNE'S EARLY READING
    • JOHNSON'S EARLY READING
    • GIBBON'S EARLY READING
    • A BIRTH OF INTELLECT
    • WORDSWORTH'S EARLY READING
    • OLD-FASHIONED VERSE
    • LEIGH HUNT'S EARLY READING
    • A KINDLY TIE
    • CHARLES DICKENS'S EARLY READING
    • THE VISIONARY GLEAM
    • READING FOR LOVE'S SAKE
    • VALEDICTION TO HIS BOOK
    • THE BOOK OF THE BRAIN
    • LOVE'S PURVEYOR
    • THE DOUBLE LESSON
    • CUPID AND THE BOOK OF POEMS
    • BOOKS AS SPOKESMEN
    • TO HIS BOOK: OF HIS LADY
    • TO THE LADY LUCY, COUNTESS OF BEDFORD
    • A BOOK OF FLESH AND BLOOD
    • WOMEN'S EYES
    • [Greek: UPOTHÊKÊ EIS EMAUTON]
    • OF A NEW MARRIED STUDENT THAT PLAYED FAST AND LOOSE
    • MARRIAGE AND BOOKS
    • MARRIAGE! MY YEARS ARE YOUNG
    • LOVE AND THE LIBRARY
    • A COUNTER ATTRACTION
    • TO COSMELIA
    • ON A PRAYER BOOK SENT TO MRS. M. R.
    • ON GEORGE HERBERT'S 'THE TEMPLE' SENT TO A GENTLEWOMAN
    • TO HELEN
    • SENT WITH POEMS
    • WOMAN AND BOOKS
    • THE GHOST OF BETTY BARNES
    • A CHEAP AND LASTING PLEASURE
    • THE POETS
    • THE WORLD OF BOOKS
    • THE CLASSICAL EDUCATION OF WOMEN
    • GIRLS' READING
    • POETRY AND PIETY
    • A LADY'S LIBRARY
    • WOMEN'S WANT
    • BOOKS FOR A LADY'S LIBRARY
    • TO A LADY FURNISHING HER LIBRARY AT *** IN WARWICKSHIRE
    • LYDIA LANGUISH AND THE CIRCULATING LIBRARY
    • THE OLD BACHELOR'S BOOKS
    • THE OXFORD SCHOLAR AND HIS BOOKS
    • THE CHIEF FOOL
    • THE ENVOY OF ALEXANDER BARCLAY, TRANSLATOR EXHORTING THE FOOLES ACCLOYED WITH THIS VICE TO AMEND THEIR FOLLY
    • LETTER-FERRETS
    • DAINTIES THAT ARE BRED OF A BOOK
    • AN ANTIQUARY
    • AN IGNORANT BOOK-COLLECTOR
    • THE BIBLIOMANIA
    • BIBLIOSOPHIA
    • GOLDEN VOLUMES! RICHEST TREASURES!
    • A MALADY OF WEAK MINDS
    • AN UNWORTHY PROFESSOR
    • A BIBLIOMANIAC
    • THE ENVIABLE BOOKWORM
    • EARS NAILED TO BOOKS
    • THE ANTIQUARY'S TREASURES
    • KISSING A FOLIO
    • THE LITERARY HAREM
    • BAYARD TAYLOR
    • DEFINITIONS
    • THE LAST EDITIONS THE BEST
    • SIBRANDUS SCHAFNABURGENSIS
    • A STUDENT
    • OF HANDLING BOOKS
    • DEDUCTIONS FROM SCRIPTURE
    • AN EDITION DE LUXE
    • CARE AS TO BINDINGS
    • GOLD CLASPS AND A GOLDEN STORY
    • NOBLER THAN CONTENTS
    • LINES HAVE THEIR LININGS, AND BOOTS THEIR BUCKRAM
    • EYE-WORSHIP
    • BOOKBINDINGS
    • DISCRIMINATION IN BINDINGS
    • SUITABLE BINDINGS
    • 'TIS FOLLY TO BE WISE
    • THE OUTSIDE OF A BOOK
    • BOOKS YOU MAY HOLD IN YOUR HAND
    • BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS AND NIGHTMARE
    • DELIGHT IN BOOK-PRINTS
    • A NEAT RIVULET OF TEXT
    • THE BOOKWORMS
    • THE BOOKWORM
    • A MOTH
    • THE CURE FOR BOOKWORMS
    • ROYAL PATRONAGE OF BOOKS
    • THE TREASURE
    • THE MOST VALUABLE BOOK
    • THE READERS AT THE BOOKSTALL
    • TETRACHORDON
    • THE SECOND-HAND CATALOGUE
    • THE FIND
    • PURCHASING AN ACT OF PIETY
    • A FORCED SALE
    • THE VOCATION
    • TO MY BOOKSELLER
    • THE WRITER TO HIS BOOK
    • AD BIBLIOPOLAM
    • IN BONDAGE TO THE BOOKSELLER
    • IN PATERNOSTER ROW
    • THE ELEPHANT AND THE BOOKSELLER
    • LITERARY UPHOLSTERERS
    • ON A MISCELLANY OF POEMS
    • VERSES TO BE PREFIXED BEFORE BERNARD LINTOTT'S NEW MISCELLANY
    • TO MR. MURRAY
    • TO THE EDITOR OF 'THE EVERY-DAY BOOK'
    • THE BANNATYNE CLUB, OR ONE VOLUME MORE
    • THE BOOKSELLERS' BANQUET
    • WHAT A HEART-BREAKING SHOP
    • GENTEEL ORNAMENTS
    • MAMMON AND BOOKS
    • THE POOR STUDENT
    • NATIONAL EXPENDITURE ON BOOKS
    • THE VALUE OF BOOK BORROWING
    • ACCIDENTS TO BOOKS
    • BORROWERS OF BOOKS
    • BORROWING AND LENDING
    • WEDDED TO BOOKS
    • THE ART OF BOOK-KEEPING
    • THE BOOK OF NATURE
    • THE BOOK
    • THE BOOK OF LIFE
    • THE WIND OVER THE CHIMNEY
    • A GREAT NECROMANCER
    • BOOKS FOR MAGIC
    • THE SECRET OF STRENGTH
    • RED LETTERS AND CONJURING
    • MERLIN'S BOOK
    • FAST AND LOOSE
    • READ THE SCRIPTURES
    • TO THE HOLY BIBLE
    • ON BUYING THE BIBLE
    • 'I READ ONLY THE BIBLE'
    • A MAN OF ONE BOOK
    • HOMO UNIUS LIBRI
    • THE SCRIPTURES: WHAT ARE THEY?
    • 'THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS'
    • NO BOOK LIKE THE BIBLE
    • TO A FAMILY BIBLE
    • THE BOOK OF BOOKS
    • A VERY PRICELESS THING
    • MATERIAL FOR POESY
    • SACRED AND PROFANE WRITERS
    • A STANDARD FOR LANGUAGE
    • THE GRAND MINE OF DICTION
    • THE ENGLISH OF THE BIBLE
    • THE BIBLE AND BURNS
    • THE BIG HA'-BIBLE
    • 'OF THE IMITATION OF CHRIST'
    • LITERARY GEOGRAPHY
    • ON 'CORYAT'S CRUDITES'
    • LITERATURE FOR DESOLATE ISLANDS
    • BOOKS FOR THE SALON
    • THE LIBRARY AND THE GRAVE
    • THE LIBRARY A GLORIOUS COURT
    • THE LIBRARY AS STUDY
    • THE STUDY
    • THE CONSULTING ROOM OF A WISE MAN
    • THE LIBRARY A KEY TO CHARACTER
    • THE SCENT OF BOOKS
    • AN EPISCOPAL LIBRARY
    • A MODERN LIBRARY
    • SAFE AND UNTOUCHED
    • CIBBER'S LIBRARY
    • MR. SHANDY'S LIBRARY
    • DOMINIE SAMPSON IN THE LIBRARY
    • THE PEASANT'S LIBRARY
    • THE LIBRARY IN THE GARRET
    • MONTAIGNE'S LIBRARY
    • A COLLOQUY IN A LIBRARY
    • CHARLES LAMB'S LIBRARY
    • STANZAS COMPOSED IN THE REV. J. MITFORD'S LIBRARY
    • THE SHRINES OF THE ANCIENT SAINTS
    • A MOST HORRIBLE INFAMY
    • LIBRARIES FOR EVERY CITY
    • THE LIBRARY
    • THE REFERENCE LIBRARY
    • IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM LIBRARY
    • THE LIBRARY AN HERACLEA
    • BOOKS IN A NEW LIGHT
    • ON THE SIGHT OF A GREAT LIBRARY
    • REFLECTIONS IN A LIBRARY
    • THOUGHTS IN A LIBRARY
    • THE TRUE POEM ON THE LIBRARY
    • THE LIBRARY
    • THE LIBRARY
    • OF LIBRARIES: THE BODLEIAN
    • ON THE DEATH OF SIR THOMAS BODLEY
    • TO BE CHAINED WITH GOOD AUTHORS
    • AN ODE ADDRESSED TO MR. JOHN ROUSE
    • LIBRARIAN, OF THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
    • PINDARIC ODE
    • ON SIR THOMAS BODLEY'S LIBRARY, THE AUTHOR BEING THEN IN OXFORD
    • THE BODLEIANS OF OXFORD
    • THE BODLEIAN: A DEAD SEA OF BOOKS
    • A COLLEGE LIBRARY
    • MERTON LIBRARY
    • OXFORD NIGHTS
    • ON THE LIBRARY AT CAMBRIDGE
    • THE SOUL'S VIATICUM
  • NOTES
  • INDEX OF AUTHORS
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